Happy First Day of Winter Everyone! Get outside and enjoy the snow and ice. For those of you in the southern hemisphere, have a great summer! (Too bad you’re missing out on all the winter fun) 🙂
Capture Autumn In New Hampshire. Due to last years overwhelming demand I will be leading two Fall Foliage Workshops this year in the beautiful picturesque White Mountains of New Hampshire, home of some of the most spectacular scenery and “leaf peeping” to be found anywhere. Dates. This year the workshops will be held the… Read More
Have you ever taken what you thought was a killer landscape photo only to get home and find it unusable, ruined by the dreaded lens flare? Some lens flare is good, think of those light rays emanating from the sun. Some lens flare is bad, like the big balls of color in the photo above. Would… Read More
The White Mountain National Forest. Over the past two weekends I’ve had the pleasure of leading a handful of workshop clients, (one all the way from Jordan!) throughout the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. From waterfalls to high mountain peaks to beautiful autumn foliage, the WMNF is my Happy Place!
Winter Light. The view at 4,802′. There are 48 peaks on the official list of New Hampshire summits with an elevation of over 4,000 feet. Mount Moosilauke is #10 on that list. “The Moose,” is also the western most peak to be included on the list, and one I had yet to climb. My reward… Read More
Just how grand is that landscape anyway? Are those mountains in the distance some of New Hampshire’s tallest, or just a few small hills? Without anything in the photo to provide a reference of scale it’s really hard to say for sure. So what’s a photographer to do? Simple, by incorporating something of a known… Read More
Looking Back, Memories Of 2014 As the New Year begins I like to take a look back and share my favorite images of the previous year. Are they my best? That’s too subjective for me to decide. What they are is a selection of… Read More
Mirror, Mirror. New Hampshire’s Mt. Chocorua, uniquely doubled in a mirror image created of snow and ice.
6288′ Mount Washington, NH. The tallest peak in the northeast is a prominent landmark that can be seen from miles away, and a feature in many of my photographs.
…With A Little Something Extra. The view of the Presidential Range as seen from the Pondicherry National Wildlife Refuge is one of my favorites in New Hampshire. Apparently I’m not the only one who thinks so.. More “Extras” can be found HERE.